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I would like to install Ubuntu 13.10 on this laptop. I have a USB installation disk. When I boot up with it I get to the menu with option to try Ubuntu without installing. When I select this option screen goes blank.

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HP Split 13 x2 PC
Processor: Intel Core i5-4202Y 1.60-GHz processor (3.00-MB L3 cache, dual core, 4.5 W)
Chipset: Integrated system on chip (SoC) platform controller hub (PCH)
Graphics Internal graphics: Intel high-definition graphics Support for HD decode, DX11, HDMI, and PX 5.0 Panel
13.3-in (1920×1080), full high-definition (FHD),light emitting diode (LED), AntiGlare (AG) TouchScreen with MultiTouch enabled; 16:9 wide aspect ratio; typical brightness: 400 nits; slim (3.0-mm), UWVA, support for eDP
13.3-in (1366×768), HD, LED, AG, TouchScreen with MultiTouch enabled; 16:9 wide aspect ratio; typical brightness: 200 nits; slim (3.0-mm), support for eDP

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First of all, check your download with MD5 checksums. If it turns out to be okay, try burning it to a disk and booting from the disk.

Those are my ideas!

Regards, Ronak Chatterjee 10 Year old Tech Savvy

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